Brussels: In the European Union, they expressed support for the families of the victims due to yesterday's attacks in Afghanistan, and also expressed support for Afghanistan in its peace efforts. This was reported in the European External Affairs Service.
"Once again, Afghanistan suffered from terror: yesterday's attacks on the police training center in the eastern Afghan city of Gardez and in the regional center in the neighboring province of Ghazni led to the death of dozens of people, including many civilians, and injured about 200 people. Our thoughts with the families of the dead and the wounded. The European Union supports Afghanistan in its efforts to end the brutal unrest that cost so many innocent lives, "the statement said.
The EU stressed that they are committed to promoting peace, stability and prosperity in Afghanistan, as confirmed by the EU foreign ministers who adopted the EU Strategy on Afghanistan on October 16.
"The EU will continue to support the strengthening of Afghan civilian police forces aimed at establishing peace, security, and building confidence among the civilian population," the EU said.
Yesterday, as a result of the suicide bombing in the city of Paktia in Afghanistan, 15 people were killed, another 40 people were injured.